An increase in civil actions against school boards is expected in the wake of the Supreme Court’s May 24 ruling that permits lawsuits over student-to-student sexual harassment.
But lawyers with expertise in sexual harassment litigation expect few of the lawsuits to go to trial, and even those that do go before juries will generally be won by defendants, they say.
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